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Backed by scientific research and clinical evidence, polynucleotides have emerged as an innovative option for those seeking natural-looking results and long-lasting improvements. These injections deliver a blend of nucleotides directly into the skin, stimulating collagen production, promoting cellular regeneration and restoring youthful vitality. They offer a safe, effective solution for achieving your skincare goals.

Frequently Asked Questions: Polynucleotide Injections

Polynucleotide injections offer a non-invasive anti-ageing solution. At Dr Julia Sen, we are dedicated to providing professional and personalised care and guidance throughout your treatment journey, ensuring optimal outcomes.

Polynucleotide injections offer a range of benefits if you're seeking rejuvenation and revitalisation of your skin. They stimulate collagen production, enhance tissue regeneration and improve overall elasticity resulting in a youthful and radiant complexion. The skin becomes smoother and more resilient to the effects of ageing.


The minimally invasive procedure involves a series of small injections that deliver the polynucleotide solution directly to the areas in need, making it ideal for those looking to achieve significant results without the downtime associated with more invasive procedures.

They can offer longer-term skin benefits by boosting intense hydration, which is essential for maintaining healthy skin barrier function, and preventing dryness and irritation. Their regenerative properties of polynucleotides aid in the reduction of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars, promoting a more even and youthful skin tone over time.


The treatment works with the body’s own healing processes to deliver subtle yet noticeable improvements. And what's more, they are suitable for all skin types and can be tailored to address specific concerns.

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At Dr Julia Sen Health & Wellness Clinic we now offer Polynucleotides by PhilArt including Eye & Next.

What Are Polynucleotide Injections? They are a type of regenerative medical treatment derived from farmed trout bred for human consumption. They contain polynucleotides, which are small DNA fragments that have been shown to stimulate tissue regeneration and repair. 

What Can Polynucleotide Injections Be Used For? They have a wide range of applications, and are now commonly used for skin rejuvenation and anti-ageing to address a multitude of aesthetic concerns.

What are the side effects? Side effects are typically mild and temporary and may include redness, swelling, bruising or tenderness at the injection site. In rare cases, patients may experience allergic reactions or infection at the injection site.

How Effective Are They? Clinical studies have shown promising results in terms of improving skin quality. Please be aware: The effects are not immediate and may take time to become apparent and multiple treatments are needed for optimal results.

Do Polynucleotide Injections Hurt? Most patients report minimal discomfort. The injections are administered using a very fine needle, and a topical anaesthetic can be applied beforehand. Any discomfort during the procedure is usually brief and well-tolerated.

What does the treatment entail? Dr Sen will first assess your specific needs and goals during a consultation. During treatment, the area will be cleaned and prepared, and the polynucleotide solution will be injected into the targeted area using a series of small injections. The entire procedure typically takes less than 30 minutes to complete, and there is little to no downtime afterward.

What Post-Treatment Advice Should I Follow? It is important to follow any specific post-treatment instructions provided by Dr Sen and her team. This may include avoiding strenuous activities or sun exposure for a period of time, applying soothing creams or lotions to the treatment area, and staying hydrated.

Special Polynucleotide Introductory Price: £200 per treatment or a course of three treatments for £500 (three treatments recommended for optimal results with occasional top-ups required about every 6-12 months).

The Benefits Of Polynucleotides In Skincare & Aesthetics


Cellular Rejuvenation

When injected into the skin, they enhance the body's ability to repair and replace damaged or aged skin cells. This process results in improved texture, tone and elasticity, leading to a more youthful and radiant complexion.


Enhanced Hydration

​Polynucleotides stimulate the production of hyaluronic acid, a natural moisturising component found in the skin. This results in improved hydration and helps in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.



Polynucleotides high anti-inflammatory activity shows promise in managing skin conditions such as psoriasis and rosacea. While research is ongoing, they may offer potential for a more holistic approach to skincare 


Versatile Applications

Polynucleotides can be used to address a wide array of aesthetic concerns, including reducing signs of ageing, enhancing texture, and addressing specific issues such as acne scars or pigmentation irregularities. 

Three polynucleotide sessions, each one month apart, to tackle loose and ageing skin on the neck. Images/Dr Andrew Greenwood

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